The man booker prize shortlist 2017
Man Booker Prize - WikipediaOften controversial, rarely predictable and always much discussed, the Man Booker Prize is awarded annually to the novel the judges deem the best written in English and published in the UK that year. Three of the final six made it onto the list with their first novels. Paul Auster is the biggest name on the list and is by far the biggest book. The judges called it "an ambitious, complex, epic narrative… that is essentially both human and humane". When the father returns, Linda is shunned and fails to avert an impending tragedy. Hamid was previously shortlisted for The Reluctant Fundamentalist in Fiona also works part-time in a small bookshop in York.
Man Booker Prize - Discussion - Longlist 2017
Man Booker Prize 2017 shortlist: what were the judges thinking?
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Six of the best? Few of the many bewildered observers assessing the finalists, three men and three women, could accept that there is anything straightforward about the selection, which may best be described as playfully perverse. On the positive side, one of the most appealing — and profound — works to be published in English this year, the plaintive Lincoln in the Bardo, by American short story maestro George Saunders , has, as expected, made the final six, and enters the final lap as overwhelming favourite. Based on the real-life tragedy suffered by Abraham Lincoln, the death of his son Willie, it is a beautiful and daring long-form debut which stands in its own right as an extraordinary literary achievement drawing on many devices, most notably a chorus of voices. Repetitive and unconvincing, it is laboured in the extreme and while it was a surprise to see it on the longlist, its inclusion on the shortlist is a shock. So unlikely a contender as this must be the one to wager your house on; the odds will enable you to purchase several more. The biggest problem with Exit West lies in the lame characterisation.
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